The David E. Howe Administration Building was originally constructed in the early 1960s and served the school faithfully as a classroom space and, more recently, as the administrative center of the school.
The Dublin School crew team qualified their top two boys’ and girls’ boats for the National Schools’ Championship in Philadelphia, PA after winning the Granite State Fours Schools’ Championship in Hanover, NH. The National Schools’ Championship is a three year old regatta that seeks to bring in as many state champion boats as possible to their annual event. Dublin’s first varsity girls’ and second varsity boys’ four oared shells won gold medals at the June 11th regatta while the first varsity boys and second varsity girls earned fifth place finishes.
Sebastian McLinden, proctor of Wing & Hollow, had some wise words to share with the Dublin community on Monday morning. Accompanied by his parents, Seb used powerpoint to share what he believed are important life lessons.